Three more Pakistani sailors stranded on ship in Egypt return home

Some other 3 sailors of the 17 Pakistani group individuals caught on a ship anchored in Egypt’s Suez Canal for no less than 3 months returned home on Thursday.

The employees were stranded in another country for months after the Egyptian executive had reportedly confiscated their passports.

A couple of weeks previous, 4 among the ones stranded had returned to Pakistan after intervention via diplomatic government.

Those that returned these days have been known as Ikaramullah, Faridoon and Najeebullah. They landed at Peshawar’s Bacha Khan Airport early morning.

On his return, Faridoon Khan, a resident of Mardan, stated that 10 Pakistani nationals are nonetheless stranded and going thru an overly tricky time.”They have got no amenities,” he stated.

Faridoon, appreciating the position of Pakistani embassy in Egypt, demanded that additional preparations be made for the discharge of alternative stranded Pakistani electorate.

He appealed to Top Minister Nawaz Sharif and philanthropists to play their position in serving to the the rest sailors.

Najeebullah, a resident of Swat, stated that the ones stranded had now not been paid their due salaries and a case used to be filed in a Swiss courtroom however used to be now not approved.

He additionally stated his well being had deteriorated and he used to be hospitalised at the side of the opposite sailors in an area health facility in Bahrain.

“Upon the captain’s directions, we have been allowed to go back and forth to Pakistan and the embassy organized all of the amenities for the adventure.”

The employees left Karachi on Aug eight and reached Kuwait by the use of Dubai. They boarded a ship in Kuwait and sailed to Egypt, the place that they had been stranded since Oct 14.

Leader Officer Jameel Jangian, a type of stranded on the ship, previous informed DawnNews that the delivery company didn’t pay the Egyptian executive to procedure their commute paperwork, which is why it confiscated their passports.

“We don’t seem to be allowed to disembark the ship and move on shore for anything else,” Jangian stated.

The employees were caught in the ship anchored in the ocean, clear of the beach and are operating out of meals and different provides for day by day use.

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